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    The October Issue of HealthCare Business News Magazine


    Pursuing lower costs and greater access to proton therapy
    Innovations are expanding proton's reach, accessibility, and affordability
    The ins and outs of radiation shielding
    Insight from the experts on how your facility should approach a radiation shielding project, who should be involved, and what questions to ask
    The latest in proton and radiotherapy technology
    New solutions entering the market are improving what's possible in treatment planning precision and efficacy

    The latest in CT scanning technology
    Improving workflow, increasing image quality, lowering radiation dose, and the inroads being made by photon-counting systems

    Columns & Sections

    Are you ready for radiation oncology's big event?

    Exclusive Q&A
    Q&A with ASTRO president Dr. Geraldine Jacobson

    AI’s still-to-do list

    Future of Healthcare
    Insights from Peter Shen, head of the digital & automation business at Siemens Healthineers North America

    A people-focused approach to care

    Hospital Spotlight
    Q&A with Kidada Hawkins, president at BayCare Winter Haven Hospital and Winter Haven Women’s Hospital

    Using SMOG to resolve patient communication challenges in imaging

    Imaging Dept Manager
    Insights from Stefanie Manack, director of operational excellence at 3DR Labs, an Accumen company

    How prepared are you for a cyberattack?

    IT Matters
    Insights from Matt Murren, CEO of True North

    Photon-counting detectors advance CT technology

    Purchasing Insights
    Market insight from the expert analysts at symplr